Question about Chevrolet S 10
The first thing to do is see if you are getting power to the fuel pump. Go underneath by the gas tank, find the plug that goes to the top of the tank. Unplug the plug, stick a test light in the wire going to the vehicle, and have someone crank the car. Check the wires to see if you have power. If you have power, you have to disconnect the two straps on the gas tank, and lower the tank slowly with a floor jack. As you lower it, disconnect the hoses on top, and disconnect the screws on the gas fill neck. Lower the tank to the ground. On top of the tank there is a lock ring. You can remove it with a hammer and screwdriver, then remove the unit and replace the pump.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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